Curtis & Clark Miniature Salem Bridge Shelf Clock
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2760M
- Date / Time :
- November 01, 2014 10:00AM
Curtis & Clark Miniature Salem Bridge Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825, the mahogany case with carved columns flanking the painted iron Arabic numeral dial signed Curtis & Clark/Plymouth within a painted border and painted urn spandrels, printed maker's label inside backboard stating in part, Clocks Made by Curtis and Clark/Plymouth, Con./This clock combines advantages over any other clock made in this country, for convenience. It is made of the best materials, the springs imported from Geneva., eight-day, time and strike spring-powered movement, ht. 23 in.
The present clock is illustrated on p. 25 of NAWCC Bulletin Supplement No. 13, 1980 and was formerly in the collection of the late Kenneth Roberts and during his tenure as Director of the American Clock and Watch Museum, was prominently displayed at the museum.
Losses to paint on lower glass. Case refinished. Clock ticks and strikes.
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